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What’s Trending in the Israeli Dairy Industry?

What’s Trending in the Israeli Dairy Industry? By Ofier Langer The Israeli Dairy School The Israeli dairy industry prides itself on being cutting edge, which means that the industry itself is always evolving. For those both within and without Israel, it can be a lot to keep track of. So whether you’re an Israeli dairy farmer yourself, a manufacturer interested in the industry, or perhaps an investor considering Israeli businesses,…

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Sheep and Goat Industry in Israel

The Sheep and Goat Industry in Israel Haim Leibovich, PhD In Israel there are about 2,400 farmers raising small ruminants (sheep and goats), keeping a total of about 520,000 animals. These farmers can be grouped into three different sectors – the intensive, the semi-intensive, and the extensive Bedouin farmers in the country’s arid south. Table 1: Number of sheep and goat in Israel breeders, and number of heads according to…

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Sheep Farming in Israel Produces the Highest Milk Yields

Sheep Farming in Israel Sheep farming in Israel is some of the most productive in the world, with carefully developed breeds of Asaf sheep that produce high quantities of milk. This success is perhaps no surprise when you consider the history of sheep farming in Israel. In the Old Testament, Abel, the second son of Adam and Eve, became a shepherd. Many other important Biblical figures, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob,…

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Sustainable Dairy Farming the Israeli Way

Sustainable Dairy Farming in Israel for profitable Indian dairy farm Sustainable Dairy Farming is an important factor in the dairy industry success. India and Israel got their independence from the British around the same time. Today Both Nations have their glory. Coming to the dairy sector India today has about 520 Million cattle while Israel has only 100,000 cows, so the question is what we do in Israel that give…

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Prepare Your Dairy Farm for the Summer in Five Steps

Prepare Your Dairy Farm for the Summer in 5 Steps  As summer approaches, the risk of heat stress rises for dairy cows. Here are our 5 Steps to Prepare Your Dairy Farm for the Summer. The ideal temperature range for cows is -4 to 21 degrees Celsius (25-70 degrees Fahrenheit); anytime the weather goes above this range, cows begin to overheat. Cows can cool themselves mainly through panting, but these…

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World record milking cow located in Israel

World record holder cow giving 18,208 liters of milk! World record milking cow is Kibbutz Sa’ad is located near the Gaza strip in the Negev desert in southern Israel. The dairy farm on Kibbutz Sa’ad was the Israeli leader in 2011 for productivity with an average of 13,785 liters of milk (3,032 imp gal; 3,642 US gal) per cow that year. A dairy cow named Kharta, was the world record…

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Practice Dairy Farming Learn the Israeli Way!

Practice dairy farming the best way – the Israeli way! Dairy Herd Management Training Course Summer 2022 – Book Now! Learn the best of Israeli dairy farming techniques from the experts themselves, grab a seat now! Have you always wondered about how you can improve your dairy herd management skills and possibly boost your dairy production manifold? Well, you are in the right place. Israel is the best in terms…

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Working on the Dairy Farm

Working on the Dairy Farm, growing up Dairy: from the small family farm to large dairy Co-op Working on a large dairy farm is much like working in any corporate setting. You may be outside, you may be working with animals, but when push comes to shove, it is a business like any other. You have to make sure the product you are producing is high quality while keeping costs…

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The Lowest Dairy in the World is in Israel

The Lowest Dairy in the world is located along the Dead Sea Did you know? The Lowest World Dairy Farm is the dairy in Kibbutz Kalia, on the northern shore of the Dead Sea. The Dairy farm is 423 meters below sea level! It has many implications. The climate in Kalia dairy is one of the most extremely difficult in Israel. The summer temperatures there are 47 O C in the shade and…

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The Israeli Dairy Industry the Highest Milk Production in the World

Information about The Israeli Dairy Industry Did you know that Israeli cows have the highest milk production in the world? In 2018, the average milk yield per Israeli cow was 12,010 kg, according to the Israeli Dairy Board, more than what cows are producing anywhere else in the world. This is all in spite of Israel’s unfavorable conditions including heat, humidity, and restricted resources. This remarkable accomplishment is the result…

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